Review: Inateck 60W Dual USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

Inateck 60W Dual USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger

Inateck 60W Dual USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger
88.75

Power

10/10

    Design

    9/10

      Build

      8/10

        Reliability

        9/10

          Pros

          • Capable of Splitting Power between the two ports when charging two device at once
          • You can use 60W of Power Delivery charging if you're only charging a single device
          • Has removable adapters that can be helpful to use in different countries

          Cons

          • Lacks a LED light to show that it's powered and ready to use

          Power Delivery chargers, no matter if it’s a wall, car charger, or portable charger, usually only have a single port that makes use of the Power Delivery charging.

          That kind of changes with this Inateck Power Delivery charger, as this one makes use of two UBS-C ports. So let’s see what it’s capable of.

          Power

          Output Charging:

          There are indeed two powering methods on this Inateck charger.

          If you’re only charging a single device with this charger then you’re going to want to use the bottom port and that’s because the port will be able to output a 60W charging rate.

          While charging two devices at once, will somewhat split up the charging power that each port is able to deliver. That’s because if you’re charging two devices at the same time with this charger, the top port will charge at a 15W charging speed.

          Then the bottom port will output 45W of charging power.

          This is a powering design that is not very common but at the same time, can actually be helpful if you want to charge a USB-C laptop and a smartphone at the same time.

          For example, if you have a MacBook or even better, a Dell XPS 13 or 15, then this Inateck charger will be highly reliable.

          As you can charge a Dell XPS 15 laptop with his charger by only using the bottom port with its 60W of charging power. Or if you want to charge another type of laptop and also charge your USB-C smartphone, with 15W of power while providing 45W to a laptop, then you can.

          15W of charging for a USB-C Android smartphone is basically fast charging and can even better than using a Quick Charge USB-A port, as you’re using a USB-C to USB-C connection in this case.

          Design

          Size and Weight:

          The size of this charger is quite small as it has a length/width of 3 inches and a thickness of the charger is 1 inch. The weight of the charger is about 6 ounces.

          You can take it anywhere that you want and you can even place the charger into a pocket. You won’t have to worry about plugs getting in the way as the charger actually comes with removable US, EU, and the UK plugs.

          Functional Components:

          Once you attach a plug to the wall charger, you’re ready to use it.

          One thing that we think that this charger could use was some dim LED lights that would signify that the charger is ready to use.

          Build

          Structure and Material:

          The build quality of this Inateck wall charger is nothing special as it’s all made of plastic. Just avoid dropping it onto hard-flooring as it could break from the impact.

          Tech:

          Even with its 60W of power output, the charger does not get warm.

          Reliability

          This is one of the best types of USB-C Power Delivery wall chargers to own if you’re one someone that owns a USB-C laptop and smartphone. As you’re able to charge both devices at the same time, either at or near their max charging speeds.

          Or you can use it to get even more power for charging your laptop if you charge it alone with the second port on this charger.

          Summary:

          Power:

          Charging power is dynamic with this charger as you can provide fast charging for a smartphone and still have an ample amount of power for a laptop.

          Or you can stream the power into one port and charge a single device.

          Design:

          The charger is small and portable and the charger even comes with removable adapters.

          Build:

          The build is okay but it’s nothing special. You would think that the charger would overheat with its use of a 60W power output, but it doesn’t.

          Reliability:

          It’s highly reliable if you’re someone that heavily relies on the USB-C standard and also Power Delivery fast charging for large and small devices in your life.

          Specs of the Inateck 60W Dual USB-C Power Delivery Wall Charger:

          • Output:

          When using Port 2 Alone: 60W

          When using Two Ports at Once:

          Top Port: 15W

          Bottom Port:  45W

          • Input: AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
          • LED Power Indicator: None
          • Size: 3 x 3 x 1 inches
          • Weight: 6 Ounces

          Conclusion:

          We definitely need more devices like this Inateck Power Delivery wall charger that features a dynamic power output depending on how many devices you’re charging.

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